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  • avatar knowledgepower 03/31/11 6:48 pm PST

    Probably the make sense option is to rent a vehicle for 90 days, it can add up but when you're done you just turn it in. There are programs where you assume someones lease but you're responsible for turn-in and the fees associated with it. I would call a rental car companies and see what their monthly rates are, some do that and give on the spot coupon discounts for an intermediate vehicle instead of a compact for close to the same price.





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  • knowledgepower 03/31/11 6:48 pm PST

    Probably the make sense option is to rent a vehicle for 90 days, it can add up but when you're done you just turn it in. There are programs where you assume someones lease but you're responsible for turn-in and the fees associated with it. I would call a rental car companies and see what their monthly rates are, some do that and give on the spot coupon discounts for an intermediate vehicle instead of a compact for close to the same price.





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  • ford91 03/31/11 11:24 pm PST

    If it is just for three months, leasing is probably the best option. But be carefull whith your mileage. If you can, estimate how many miles you are going to drive each month and thern purchase that amount, otherwise you might go over the mileage limit and lose money.

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